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Balanced Automation Systems : Ifip International Federation for Information Processing - Luis M. Camarinha-Matos

Balanced Automation Systems

Ifip International Federation for Information Processing

Hardcover Published: December 2009
ISBN: 9780412722004
Number Of Pages: 472

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This volume introduces the concept of balanced automation, taking into account the social and economic context. It includes the presentation and discussion of a selected number of results and approaches to architectures and design methods. Special emphasis is placed on the strategies for migration from legacy systems.

Technical co-sponsors
Introduction: towards balanced automation
Plenary Sessionsp. 1
The extended enterprise - manufacturing and the value chainp. 5
Continuous education in new manufacturing systemsp. 17
Information and command infrastructures for small and medium size enterprisesp. 29
Narrowing the gap of SME for IT innovation with enterprise architecturesp. 37
One-product-integrated-manufacturingp. 45
Transition enabling Petri nets to supervisory control theoryp. 55
Planning, training and learning in supervision of flexible assembly systemsp. 63
Automated planning for restarting batch procedure in the wake of an incident (single product)p. 75
An object-oriented approach to the design of flexible manufacturing systemsp. 91
Integration of object oriented programming and Petri nets for modelling and supervision of FMS/FASp. 107
Design of FMS: logical architecturep. 121
Issues on the anthropocentric production systemsp. 131
A complimentary approach to flexible automationp. 141
AI for manufacturing: some practical experiencep. 151
A manufacturing support system for industrial part process planningp. 159
Fuzzy logic for similarity analysisp. 171
HOLOS: a methodology for deriving scheduling systemsp. 181
Evaluation of on-line schedules by distributed simulationp. 195
Integration of process planning and scheduling using resource elementsp. 203
A decision making tool in FMS designp. 213
Multipurpose layout plannerp. 222
Towards more humanized real time decision support systemsp. 230
Interoperability testing in an implementation of ISO/OSI protocolsp. 241
Supporting the information management of control activities in a CIM shop floor environmentp. 253
Object-oriented development methodology for PLC softwarep. 265
Support for concurrent engineering in CIM-FACEp. 275
A federated cooperation architecture for expert systems involved in layout optimizationp. 287
A holistic approach to intelligent automated controlp. 301
Reference models for an object oriented design of production activity control systemsp. 311
Organizational behaviour analysis and information technology fitness in manufacturingp. 319
An integrated framework for the development of Computer Aided Engineering Systemsp. 327
Formal and informal in balanced system specificationsp. 339
PFS/MFG: a high level net for the modeling of discrete manufacturing systemsp. 349
Discrete event and motion-oriented simulation for FMSp. 363
Group Technology considerations for manufacturing systems with balanced flexibilityp. 375
Product differentiation and process flexibility as a base for competitive strategyp. 385
Balanced automatization levels in manufacturing systemsp. 393
Architecture solutions for integrating CAD, CAM, and machining in small companiesp. 407
A feature-based concurrent engineering environmentp. 417
A framework for feature based CAD/CAM integrationp. 429
CNC machines monitoring using sensorial stochastic modelsp. 439
No knowledge to waste - learning more about processesp. 451
3-D vascular reconstruction on a standard X-ray angiography machinep. 459
Index of contributorsp. 467
Keyword indexp. 469
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ISBN: 9780412722004
ISBN-10: 0412722003
Series: Ifip International Federation for Information Processing
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 472
Published: December 2009
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.69
Weight (kg): 0.86